Freedom of the Press


'Red Shirts' Violence Extends to Journalists in Malaysia


'Hands off our journalists', media organizations say after violence on the weekend.


LGBT Content Banned On Chinese Television As Xi Enforces New Media Policies

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China’s media policy has begun tightening after Xi Jinping’s announcement of centralizing communication platforms. Popular Chinese LGBT online television dramas have also been removed due to their content not passing the new regulations.

Hong Kong Missing Booksellers

International Scrutiny on Hong Kong’s Missing Five

Jeffrey Tsai

China faces criticism from the United States and the United Kingdom on infringing freedom of the press and human rights. Taiwan remains silent on the issue except for an urging to adhere to freedom of the press and human rights. China fired back at the UK over its interference of its domestic affairs.

A portrait of Chinese journalist Gao Yu is displayed by a protester in front of the national emblem of China during a demonstration outside the Chinese liaison office in Hong Kong

China Holds One-Fourth of the Imprisoned Journalists Worldwide


This year, the total number of imprisoned journalists in the world is 199 and a quarter of them are in China. Daily Mail reports, currently China has imprisoned 49 journalists. This is a record high since the Committee to Protect Journalists started the annual report in 1990.

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Investigation Report of Textbook Controversy Says Reporters Were Arrested According to Law


The three reporters that were arrested held a press conference in front of Taipei City Hall this morning and say the investigation report fails to clarify key points of their arrest. They also say reflection and advice of the city government are too empty and merely play around with words.

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